Disney’s masterpiece The Lion King is getting a brand new Blu-ray release tomorrow, and to celebrate, Cyclops Print Works has put together a beautiful piece of artwork.
Captain America’s Secret Empire storyline has been a test on multiple levels. Many are patiently waiting for it to be just over with, so Steve Rogers can get back to being the beacon of American hope and ideals that he was originally conceived to be. It’s only a matter of time before the status quo is returned, and…
Look, I’m just saying. This new Justice League poster is either the movie’s loving tribute to the heroic art of Alex Ross, or Batman somehow convinced his teammates to do their own cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Either way, it makes for a damn good image.
Batman and Boba Fett are basically internet fandom’s fever dream: they’re both the unbeatable badasses of their respective universes (although Boba Fett is still kind of a chump, and Batman’s been beaten more than a fair share of times). So how they’d fare against each other is a question often asked—and Alex Ross has…
Aww. In Marvel’s current “All-New, All-Different” comics, Peter Parker is the head of a global business that also helps Spider-Man confront threats all over the world. In an upcoming trip to London in the book, artist Alex Ross celebrated Spidey’s British adventure with a variant cover starring a familiar face... but…
Marvel’s Secret Wars event is all about exploring the different shards of the Marvel universe... the ones that are left, that is. Some of those shards even recall the times Marvel’s heroes crossed over with those of the DC Multiverse, which means Alex Ross got to sneak in one tiny encounter on this awesome cover.
Well, again, that is. Long ago DC Direct, before they were relaunched as the current DC Collectibles, made a series of 7” scale Justice League action figures based on the artwork of the iconic comic book artist Alex Ross. Missed out the first time? Good news! They’re back, with shiny new repaints in tow.
Marvel have just revealed a new variant cover for the first issue of Princess Leia, the first standalone comic series for the kickass leader of the Rebel Alliance. Can you spot where Princess Leia is on the cover? Spoilers: You can't. She's not there.
Ltd. Art Gallery is back this month with their fourth annual art show dedicated to all things Star Wars - and some amazing artists are bringing a lot of lovely art from a Galaxy far, far away.
The Dark Lord of the Sith might have gone up against Batman recently, and that's all well and good - but what would happen if he brawled with everyone's favourite All-Caps leader of Latveria? Comic artist icon Alex Ross imagined just that in this awesome piece of work.
Marvel takes over Star Wars comics next year with the release of its new ongoing series, and naturally there's a lot of variant covers planned for issue one - we've already seen Joe Quesada's jam-packed cover, but Alex Ross' is a truly special bit of art.
Scads of new comic books will be announced at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, but here's a doozy with a pedigree. In January, Dark Horse Comics will publish Star Wars (full stop), an ongoing comic set during the original Star Wars trilogy by prolific author Brian Wood (DMZ, Channel Zero, Northlanders, The Massive),
We're used to seeing Alex Ross' hyper-realistic style being applied to such straight-faced comic projects as Kingdom Come and Marvels, so it's a bit of a mindblower seeing him mash up the cast of 30 Rock with The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. And given that this painting has Judah Friedlander as a Martian, this…
Prolific comic-book cover artist Alex Ross has revealed some early concept art that he did for the Green Lantern movie — which looks just like his other comic-book art. Which is to say, awesome and vivid.
io9 has the exclusive first look at the Alex Ross comic book cover for NBC's The Cape, created especially for tonight's red carpet premiere party in Los Angeles.
The longer you stare at this Alex Ross "Avengers Assemble" poster, the more Avengers goodness you'll notice, from the tiny Wasp to the massive Goliath. Signed copies will be available from Every Picture Tells A Story's Comic Con booth. [L.A.Times]
Ignore the Sylvester Stallone movie from the '90s - Starting next year, America is going to find out what it really means to know Dredd. Announced yesterday at the Wizard World Chicago convention, Dynamite Comics is going to bring the UK's futuristic lawman Judge Dredd back to American comics after more than a decade.
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